The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 29 (1951) > Issues > Issue 3 > The Construction of the Roval Festival Hall
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The Construction of the Roval Festival Hall

The main Sub-contractors taking part in the work described in the paper include the following :- Willment Bros. Ltd. (Excavation and demolition). Scaffolding (Great Britain) Ltd. (Scaffolding). Rom River Co., Ltd. (Steel reinforcement). Blaw-Knox Ltd. (Dewatering system). Matthew Hall & Co., Ltd. (Heating and Ventilating, Plumbing). Redpath Brown & Co., Ltd. (Structural Steelwork). David Esdaile & Co., Ltd. (Fibrous Plasterwork). E. Roland Hole

Author(s): Hole, E Roland;Eales, F C

Keywords: royal festival hall, london;concert halls;construction work;reinforced concrete;frames;roofs;steel;cavity walls;trusses;site investigation;excavation;dewatering;basements;project management